News | October 28, 2016
2017 Professional Women's Bowling Association Schedule Announced   

The Professional Women's Bowling Association Tour will visit four new venues during its 14-event schedule in 2017. More>>

News | October 17, 2016
USA BMX Announces Partial 2017 Schedule   

With the 2016 national series in the final stages, USA BMX has announced the first three months of the 2017 schedule. More>>

Article | September 26, 2016
Making the Pitch for Softball   

From the Olympics to the church picnic, the sport of softball has permeated America and continues to grow in popularity. Learn about some of the best... More>>

News | September 26, 2016
USA Gymnastics Announces Locations for Junior Olympics   

USA Gymnastics has selected the sites for 2017’s three Junior Olympic championship events for women’s gymnastics. More>>

News | September 19, 2016
USA Triathlon Elite Nationals Head to New Orleans Next Month   

Elite triathletes will race for national titles on Oct. 2 at the USA Triathlon Elite National Championship, at New Orleans' South Shore Harbor. More>>

News | September 9, 2016
Due to Flooding, USA Weightlifting Moves Championship to New Orleans    

Due to flooding, USA Weightlifting has moved the 2016 National University Championship and 2016 National Under 25 Championship. More>>

Article | September 7, 2016
As Zika Continues Northward March, Sports Destinations Brace for Impact   

The Zika virus continues its march northward, and NIH officials have told sources it could “hang around” in the United States for a year or two,... More>>

News | September 2, 2016
RTJ Golf over Labor Day Weekend to Benefit Louisiana Flood Victims   

While area golfers enjoy the Labor Day weekend on Alabama's Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail, they will help flood victims in Louisiana. More>>

Article | August 24, 2016
NBA Opts for More Inclusive Destination, Moving 2017 All-Star Game from Charlotte to New Orleans   

Expect there to be a bit of scrutiny when a major sports event relocates in order to get away from legislation viewed as discriminatory. Expect there... More>>

Article | August 24, 2016
Coping with Flooding: Sports Events and Commissions in Louisiana Soldiering On   

It was probably the thing furthest from the minds of many Louisiana residents who were scrambling to save loved ones, pets and belongings from... More>>

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